- Hunger Games Trilogy - Suzanne Collins (64)
- Temeraire - Naomi Novik (6)
- Marvel Cinematic Universe (4)
- The Avengers (Marvel Movies) (4)
- Wynonna Earp (TV) (3)
16 Jan 2018
When the Arena falls and Brutus dies, Lyme leaves for District 13. It's soon clear that Alma Coin is less than perfect, but with her best friend dead and no other options, Lyme vows to make the best of her decision. Meanwhile, Brutus' youngest Victor joins President Snow in the Capitol to be the symbol of loyalty and the voice of her people as District 2 prepares for war.
The twist: when Brutus fell, the hovercraft team who retrieved his corpse fought to resuscitate him, refusing to stand by and watch their hero die. A second rebellion — split off from District 13, fearing that Alma Coin had gone too far — saw their opportunity to gather fighters and a potentially valuable symbol, and recruit them to fight against both the Capitol and District 13.
The Victors of District 2 are now split along five fronts: Enobaria in custody in the Capitol; Lyme and Claudius in District 13; Petra, Ronan and Odin in the Capitol; Brutus and the Peacekeepers who turned traitor to save him in District 8; and the rest at home in District 2, mourning and waiting and fearing whatever is to come.
Some things will change, some will not, but one thing is true: District 2's Victors have the chance to make it out alive.
until then we'll have to muddle through somehow
The holidays, Lyme thinks as the train glides into District 2’s Central Station, are fucking exhausting.
Lyme isn't the only Victor with a complicated relationship to the holiday season, and for her part she'd really rather pretend the whole thing doesn't exist. It's going pretty well, until she pulls a Victor who decides to go all-in.
- Part 50 of We Must Be Killers: Tales from District 2
“It’s a boat.”
“Of course it’s a boat, what did you think we were talkin’ about buying the whole time?”
"A weapon. Sunseeker. Like a missile."
After successfully escaping across the border with the new mutants, Laura reunites with Charles and her papa to see the Sunseeker they always talked about. [One-shot nobody-dies AU]
Impossible Magic by lorata for AlexElizabeth
20 Dec 2017
(Time goes by so slowly / and time can do so much)
Daystar must always destroy the barrier, enter the castle and find his father. He must always be at least sixteen years old when he did so in order to wield the sword. But what if — what if he had been sixteen years old already when the wizards cast their spells? What if Cimorene could fix it so no one had to wait very long at all?
In that case, what she and Daystar would one day do need not be changed; it was only a matter of when.
In which Cimorene ignores thaumaturgical convention and decides to get those sixteen years back.
24 Sep 2017
“Your mission: make sure Cullen doesn’t work too hard, all right? See that he eats some food now and then, and gets some rest. You have my permission to drag him to bed and sit on him until he sleeps, is that clear?”
The dog sits up straight, lets out a sharp, determined bark. Mia grins. “Good boy,” she says, and gives it a tousle between the ears. “Off you go, then.”
The newly-retired Cullen, now running a sanctuary for lyrium-addicted former Templars, is starting to wonder whether his mabari's sudden preoccupation with bringing him food and dragging him to bed at night is more than coincidence. Except that would be ridiculous... wouldn't it?
Fandom: Hunger Games (2012), Hunger Games Series - All Media Types, Hunger Games Trilogy - Suzanne Collins
25 Dec 2017
Tributes, victors, mentors, people who love them. Their lives, their deaths; who remembers, who doesn't.
Character exploration, missing scenes and backstory for canon and original characters: how the District 2 Career Centre makes its tributes, how they win their Games and how their mentors put them back together. How some rebel, some don't and some never get the chance.
We grew up in golden light
Every chance to get it right
What did we do with it?
It’s gone, what I had back then is gone
Can’t get it back again
Sorry for the things we should have done
Sorry for the kids we pushed too far
Sorry now for all the lonely hearts who can’t move on because
For love, for dreams in the night
For days to come when we’d be all right
I can’t remember why I did the things I did
I was just a kid
All the lines we knew back then, they now are faded
All the laws we once obeyed, they have betrayed us
People that I used to hate, I hardly remember
Forgive the children we once were
- Delta Rae
16 Jan 2018
Alma Coin's dictatorial tendencies don't go unnoticed by everyone; over the years, a faction splits from her rebellion and seeds itself through the districts. They have no resources, weapons, or strongholds, but they do have eyes and ears. And so they infiltrate and gather intelligence from both sides, waiting until the time when they can save Panem from President Snow and Alma Coin.
When Brutus is pulled from the 75th Arena and accidentally resuscitated by a squad of District 2 Peacekeepers, the second resistance takes a chance. Coin considers District 2 an acceptable sacrifice -- a convenient scapegoat, full of loyalist traitors -- but after all, one man's trash is another man's treasure.
A fix-it that isn't; nothing is rosy, nothing is easy, but maybe a few lives will be saved along the way. Alternate Universe - Canon Divergence, beginning with Part 2.
Fandom: Avengers (Comics), Hunger Games Trilogy - Suzanne Collins, Marvel Avengers Movies Universe, The Avengers (2012)
22 Jul 2014
Nick Fury brings together some of Panem's best and brightest for a Hunger Game that will, hopefully, kick off the Rebellion and end President Snow's reign of tyranny. But how optimistic is he being? Can people really change? And how much sacrifice is too much?
COMPLETE ... for now
Tharkay is fond of remarking upon Laurence's summer home along a particular river in Egypt, but neither he nor Granby are exempt from vacationing there from time to time.